The Auxvasse Board of Aldermen discussed readying the city for spring and multiple upcoming events for the city at its regular meeting Tuesday. The city is starting to see what drainage issues will be affecting it, as public works is clearing ditches and checking water ways in preparation for spring, said City Supervisor Mike Bertschinger.
As the owner and operator of Gasper’s Truck Plaza in Kingdom City, Ron Atkinson has met truck drivers from across the country. Despite learning of places far and wide from those who pass through his business, Atkinson kept his feet planted in Callaway County to run the family business and raise a family with his wife, Cindy, a 1980 Fulton High School graduate.
Fulton Public Schools (FPS) is launching a comprehensive investigation during its spring break after physical education teachers conducted a class activity that has parents and participating students upset.
Audit report includes comments on conflicts of interest and campaign donations
When the weather is nice, Steve Steinrauf said he tries to take his dog, Happy, to the Fulton Dog Park a few times each week. Mid-Missouri has experienced cool, spring-time weather. However, according to the National Weather Service, that could change this week.
City to cease requiring deposit for new customers
The City of New Bloomfield will no longer require a utility security deposit from new customers and current customers will receive a refund. In other news, the police department hired another reserve officer and is still looking to hire two more.
While the National Work Zone Awareness Week kicks off today, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) started its statewide Work Zone Awareness Week with a commencement event Monday in Jefferson City. Learn more about the week.
Fulton man charged with assault after alleged incident with minor last spring will have pre-trial conference April 6
The pretrial conference for Scott A. Armstrong, a Fulton man charged with third-degree assault after an incident with a minor last spring, is set for April 6.
Freshman Anna Houston established four Lady Blue Jay program records, while three Blue Jays broke previously set school marks as Westminster began its outdoor season at the Culver-Stockton Wildcat Open on Saturday.
Sparked by six first-place showings, the William Woods men’s track and field squad began the outdoor season with a team title at the Culver-Stockton Wildcat Open on Saturday.
The Blue Jays used an eight-run first inning to notch an 11-1 seven-inning triumph over the Hornets on Sunday.
The Owls plated three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to complete an American Midwest Conference doubleheader sweep of the Eagles 3-0 on Saturday at Backer Sports Complex.
Westminster managed just four hits in being swept by the Kohawks in a doubleheader on Saturday at Blue Jay Field.
The William Woods Lady Owls used stout pitching and live bats to garner a doubleheader sweep. The Lady Owls outlasted West Virginia University Institute of Technology 7-4, while picking up a 2-0 win over the University of Northwestern Ohio on Monday.
Junior Gage Oestreich was the low man for the Hornets, tallying a 48 in Fulton’s opening triangular with the Falcons and Pirates on Monday at Tanglewood Golf Course.